2 more orders on HISS

December 1, 2020 /

Waste to energy

The new orders are for a black liquor boiler in Iggesund, Sweden, and for a waste incineration plant in southern Sweden.

What the customers have in common is that they want to use HISS to gain better control over their boiler and in this way improve the function.

At the waste incineration plant, they want to reduce the wear caused by the steam sootblowers. They also want to reduce the amount of steam consumed and use it for generating energy.

At Heat Management, we now have a strong tailwind partly due to sales of the HISS portfolio. Another thing that’s positive is how satisfied our existing customers are with their installations, showing improvements in many aspects, not only regarding steam savings, wear reduction, reduced pressure pulsations and increased load but also other improvements that are related to the stability of the boiler

Details about the Iggesund black liquor boiler project:

This project will include upgrading the existing control system for the 92 Diamond Power sootblowers, with Heat Management’s HISS Cleanability Control™. This will give the tool to see each sootblower’s impact on heat transfers. Together with the percentage soot blowing control, the most efficient soot blowing can be determined.

 The main goals are:

  • understanding the impact of each steam sootblower on the heat transfer
  • make the cleaning more efficient
  • have a more stable steam pressure during steam sootblowing.

Details about the Waste to an Energy project:

HISS Essential™ + SmartHeating™ will be installed on the two Waste to Energy (WtE) boilers to reduce wear and maintenance cost.

This will prevent condensate in steam headers, prevent wear of tubings due to steam sootblower spraying condensate on heat transfer surfaces, and reduce 50% of steam introduced in highly aggressive and moisture-sensitive flue gas.

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2 more orders on HISS

December 1, 2020 /

Waste to energy

The new orders are for a black liquor boiler in Iggesund, Sweden, and for a waste incineration plant in southern Sweden.

What the customers have in common is that they want to use HISS to gain better control over their boiler and in this way improve the function.

At the waste incineration plant, they want to reduce the wear caused by the steam sootblowers. They also want to reduce the amount of steam consumed and use it for generating energy.

At Heat Management, we now have a strong tailwind partly due to sales of the HISS portfolio. Another thing that’s positive is how satisfied our existing customers are with their installations, showing improvements in many aspects, not only regarding steam savings, wear reduction, reduced pressure pulsations and increased load but also other improvements that are related to the stability of the boiler

Details about the Iggesund black liquor boiler project:

This project will include upgrading the existing control system for the 92 Diamond Power sootblowers, with Heat Management’s HISS Cleanability Control™. This will give the tool to see each sootblower’s impact on heat transfers. Together with the percentage soot blowing control, the most efficient soot blowing can be determined.

 The main goals are:

  • understanding the impact of each steam sootblower on the heat transfer
  • make the cleaning more efficient
  • have a more stable steam pressure during steam sootblowing.

Details about the Waste to an Energy project:

HISS Essential™ + SmartHeating™ will be installed on the two Waste to Energy (WtE) boilers to reduce wear and maintenance cost.

This will prevent condensate in steam headers, prevent wear of tubings due to steam sootblower spraying condensate on heat transfer surfaces, and reduce 50% of steam introduced in highly aggressive and moisture-sensitive flue gas.

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Now ISO45001 certified

Heat Manage is now ISO 45001 certified. It is a global standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems that provides a practical solution to improve the safety and health of both employees and other personnel.

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It is possible to significantly optimize the operations of recovery boilers in pulp mills simply by cleaning the soot off heat transfer surfaces in a more efficient way. We know, we’ve done the research. Here is what we discovered from our study of recovery boilers in Sweden.

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